Mount men lose opener to La Salle, 73-64

Wilson gets 20 in defeat

UMES routed by Xavier


November 21, 1999|By FROM STAFF REPORTS

Donnie Carr scored 28 points, including 17 in the second half, as La Salle defeated Mount St. Mary's, 73-64, last night in the season opener for both teams.

Terrence Wilson had 20 points and Reggie Harris 18 for the Mountaineers.

Mount St. Mary's trailed 62-60 with 2: 04 left, but Carr's three-pointer kept La Salle in front.

Xavier 96, UMES 52: Darnell Williams scored 20, including four three-pointers, as the host Musketeers (1-0) overwhelmed the Hawks (0-1).

Demetric Reese led the Hawks with 15 points.

Johns Hopkins 54, Bowdoin 53, OT: Sophomore Brian Cosgrove (Loyola) scored at the buzzer in overtime, propelling the host Blue Jays (2-0) to the championship of the 10th annual Blue Jay Classic. Hopkins forced the extra period on Ryan Satalin's three-pointer at the regulation buzzer.

Chowan 66, Goucher 47: Anthony McGruder led all scorers with 22 points, as the Braves (1-1) topped the Gophers (0-2) in the consolation game of the Hampden-Sydney Tournament.

Salisbury 83, Bloomfield 76: Cameron Bryant's 22 led four double-digit scorers, as the Sea Gulls (1-1) won the consolation game of the Lycoming Tip-Off Tournament.

Fredonia State 90, Villa Julie 54: The Blue Devils (1-1) used a 27-5 run to start the second half and won the consolation game of the Blue Jay Classic at Johns Hopkins.


Mount St. Mary's 83, Radford 67: Kia Williams had a team-high 23 points and 10 rebounds, as the host Mountaineers won their season opener and the program's 499th game.

Morgan State 78, Fairleigh Dickinson 73: Shakira Smith's 17 points and seven assists led the Bears (1-1) in the consolation game of the American University Tip-Off Classic.

Goucher 71, Lynchburg 59: The Gophers (2-0) used a 16-6 run during the final 5: 02 to win the championship game of the Goucher Tip-Off Tournament.

Goucher's Jessica Young scored 20 of her game-high 22 in the second half.

Franklin & Marshall 88, Villa Julie 42: The Diplomats (1-0) received 18 points from Lauren Howanski on the way to victory in the first round of the Franklin & Marshall Tournament.

Freshman Delena DeShields (Western) had 14 for the Mustangs (1-0).

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